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The Restorative Justice Consortium,

The Mediation and Reparation Committee

& Mediation Support Ltd


The 5th Annual Restorative Practitioners Network Day

on Tuesday 16th October 2007

-please subscribe for free to Mediation Support Updates to be notified early about next year's October Network Day


Why not also take this opportunity to join the Restorative Justice Consortium?


(More information about the day : 5thAnnualRestorativePractitionersNetworkDay2007.pdf)



Friends House

173 Euston Road, London, NW1 2BJ

Telephone: 02076631000


Friends House is on the south side of Euston Road directly opposite Euston station (BR main line, Victoria and Northern underground lines). It is ten minute walk from King's Cross and St. Pancras main line and underground stations, and five minutes from Euston Square underground station. Buses 10, 18, 30, 73 and 205 pass the door; 59, 68, 91, 168, and 253 stop nearby.


Where to park

Friends House is within a meter parking zone. Charges must be paid Monday to Friday 0830 – 1830, Saturday 0900 – 1630. There are alternative parking facilities under Euston Station.



Workshop options


1) Does Restorative Justice work?

2) Restorative Practice in ‘Anti-Social Behaviour’ and other community settings

3) Tools for (learning and doing) restorative empathy (-Powerpoint presentation available hereRestorative+Empathy - V2.ppt)

4) The needs of young victims of violent crime

5) Victim Satisfaction and Offender Satisfaction

6) Self awareness and self care for restorative workers in the context of serious and sensitive cases  

7) Whose standards are out there? -different approaches to practice standards

8) Emotional safety and risk assessment

9) Working with cases where the responsibility for the harm is shared (eg after bullying from ‘the victim’).

-return to this page for updates on contents of day


To read more about the 2007 workshops click here



16th October Programme:

9.30am Registration & early networking 



1.30pm Lunch: choice of vegetarian, meat or fish sandwiches*, cake, fruit and water/fruit  juice.

*Wheat free diets catered for in cafeteria, on request.

10.15am Opening Plenary

This day will be opened by Paul Crosland, representatives of the Med & Rep Committee & Harriet Bailey, Restorative Justice Consortium.

2.30pm Workshops
10.35am Workshops

3.45pm Closing Plenary

-with Harriet Bailey, Chief Executive of the Restorative Justice Consortium.

11.50am Refreshments -Tea/Coffee and Danish Pasty 4.15pm Close
12.15pm Workshops  

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